Franklin is a charming, historic community and peaceful suburb of Nashville. This precious keepsake of a development is characterized by an amiable, small town feel and boasts a vast number of marvelous antique shops, an attractive downtown area, and a wide selection of recreational activities. Some of Franklin’s residences are historic andĀ  sport pre-Civil War architecture; the town was the site of a famous Civil War battle.

Franklin benefits from the attractions of Nashville and neighboring communities in the forms of reputable universities (Belmont and Vanderbilt), several prestigious private and public schools, gorgeous national parks (Carnton Plantation and Bicentennial Mall State Park), various exceptional golf courses, and several concert venues and theaters. This amazingĀ  neighborhood enjoys other amenities which consist of the 67.000 seat Adelphia Coliseum (home to the NFL Titans), the Grand Ole Opry House, and Wave Country (a water slide and entertainment park). Nashville is graced with a strong economy and provides career opportunities with high tech industries, retail businesses, banking firms, transportation companies, and manufacturing industries.

Franklin is the county seat of Williamson County, Tennessee. For most of its first 180 years, Franklin was a tranquil, small county seat. In the years prior to the American Civil War, Williamson County was one of the wealthiest counties in Tennessee and Franklin was the center of plantation economy.

For more than a century, Franklin seemed remote not only from Nashville, Tennessee, but from the rest of the world as well. Today, Franklin is one of the wealthiest cities in one of the wealthiest counties in the United States. Franklin has grown from a very small, agricultural community into a strong blend of residential, commercial and corporate citizens.